TOMS RIVER, NJ — A touching moment was captured on a doorbell camera in New Jersey when a young boy filled an empty Halloween bowl with candy from his own trick-or-treating bag.
Jessalyn Cleaver posted the video, which was captured in Toms River on October 30th, to Facebook and wrote: “If this is your son he is awesome and you should be VERY proud!”
Cleaver said she and her family were also out trick-or-treating, so they left a bowl of candy for the neighborhood kids to grab in passing.
But by 5 p.m. the bowl was empty, until one boy decided he had more than enough to share.
The video shows the child taking several handfuls of candy from his own stash. To a smaller child, he says that he is “leaving candy for other people” before saying, “Let’s go!” and running back the path.
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https://abc7.com/halloween-trick-or-treat-candy-empty-bowl/12410297/ Homeowner from Toms River, New Jersey, posts video on social media praising the boy who refilled an empty bowl from his trick-or-treat bag